Below SuperbrightLED's part numbers: I have a light box application where I want to control 26' of 4NFLS-CWH2160-24v tape. https://www.superbrightleds.com/mor...mds-per-ft-high-cri-1-chip-smd-led-2835/3658/ A HLG-600H-24B PSU. https://www.superbrightleds.com/mor...itching-power-supply-for-md-series/2251/5286/ This with a 3-way switch (for 2-switch locations.) One just switched, the other a dimmable switch. I take it for granted the FO19-W low voltage dimmer is not able to work as a 3-way switch? Or would it in using the two wires from the dimmer in a different way given a SPDT toggle switch as the non-dimming switch? https://www.superbrightleds.com/mor...ge-dimmer-with-slide-dimmer-switch/3444/7220/ Otherwise I'm thinking more conventional like a Lutron #SCL-15EPH-LA LED line voltage dimmer with the above transformer in use with a SPDT toggle switch. These at line voltage dimming the transformer. I assume Ineed a dimmable transformer, best type to be dimmed and work well on the power side line voltage dimming? Assuming normal variable voltage transformers might not dim given variable voltage ranges they accept with a pre-voltage line voltage dimmer. At least in this case I don't need a dummy loading or resistor for wattage loading. Thoughts?